Laws in Michigan make it illegal to discriminate against any employee. Those same laws also allow all employees to file a complaint if that they are being discriminated against at work. However, there are still instances when the employer may retaliate against the employee. In Michigan, this is also considered illegal.
With the U.S. economy still languishing, holding on to a job is crucial for many Americans, including Michigan residents. Losing a job always spells trouble for employees who work hard to provide for their families. For this reason, it is important for fired workers who suspect wrongful termination, to fight for their cause. Our Michigan law firm has extensive experience and knowledge in this aspect of the law and is more than willing to help workers address this kind of situation to their advantage.
There are sure to be some people in Detroit, Michigan who have either witnessed or experienced unjust treatment from their employer. While some have faced retaliation from their employer in the form of demotion, decreased wages, or cut hours, others have been more unfortunate and lost their jobs. Those who have seen or experienced a wrongful discharge know that the loss of a job based on insubstantial reasons is one of the most difficult situations to have to deal with, both financially and emotionally.